Win £100 to spend at the new Kidswear Department at Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh

WIN £100 to spend at the new Kidswear Department at Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh


Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh is delighted to have launched their new Kidswear Department this summer. The new department will create the ultimate go-to destination for luxury children’s fashion, everyday essentials and gifting.

Harvey Nichols are offering one lucky Scottish Woman Magazine reader the chance to win a £100 gift card to spend on kids fashion in the store in the Scottish capital.

Head to our Facebook and Instagram pages to find out how to enter. Competition ends at midnight on 23rd August 2021.


Full Ts&Cs below:

The winner will be drawn at random by Scottish Woman Magazine on 23rd August 2021 and will be notified by e-mail.

This competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom & Ireland aged 18 or over, excluding employees of Scottish Woman Magazine and Harvey Nichols, their families, agents or anyone else professionally connected with this competition.

The Prize is 1x £100 Harvey Nichols Gift Card.

The prize is non-transferable, non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for any cash alternatives in whole or in part, nor can it be replaced if lost or stolen, used as a deposit on a credit agreement or used as payment on a Harvey Nichols charge card. The Promoter reserves the right to provide an alternative prize of equal or greater value in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

By entering the competition, the entrant agrees that the Promoter has exclusive and unreserved rights to use their entries in any publicity materials.

Data Protection: the Promoter will only use the personal details supplied for the administration of the promotion and for no other purpose, unless we have your consent.

The Promoter accepts no responsibility for late, incomplete, incorrectly submitted, corrupted or misdirected entries.

Entrants agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.

Any question concerning the legal interpretation of the rules will be based on Scottish law and the Scottish Court will have exclusive jurisdiction.